They are not sorry. All they did was give a speech that promises not to do it again and to clean up the mess they already made, only to go right back and do it again and welsh on their promises. Every single Jewish, xian, and muslim religion is guilty of this crap and none are truly repentant. This has been going on ever since that damnation book has been written--destroy societies, pretend to be sorry, the public becomes complacent, then they repeat the crimes (not sins, crimes). From the Yom Kippur rituals to absolve themselves of promises, to the xian rot that nails their crimes to that rag on the stick, to muslims that blow up infidels in the name of allah, they are all rotten.
And no, the jokehovian witlesses are no better. As with the cat lick church, they have their abusers. Unlike the cat lick church, they send these scum from door to door. And, as with the cat lick church, every single child that attends these boasting sessions is spiritually abused. They both take the fun out of life--maybe the cat lick church is a bit more lax in enforcement, but I never liked either one. And, as with the cat lick church, they are using this energy to enslave mankind under the worst conditions. All three of these foul religious platforms want to plunge us into full communism where simply thinking the wrong thing will get you thrown in the gulags, and spiritual or scientific advancement is impossible.
Besides, who wants to speak "the pure language" found in that damnation book? Given that they are so blatantly focused on Israel, I can guess what that language is supposed to be--Hebrew. Do you want to be forced to use that language exclusively? As of now, there isn't even one country that relies exclusively on Hebrew for the common people (even the rabbis in Israel speak fluent English). Their language is written backwards (do you wish to have ink smudges on the paper if you are right handed, which more than 90% of us are, every time you write something?) Even the letters are backwards characters ripped off from ancient languages. Pure? I don't think so.